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Here are scores from Saturday's high school basketball games featuring local teams.

Boys

Ballard Memorial 66, Livingston Central 35
Murray 56, Taylor County 48
Carlisle County 81, CCA 39
Hancock County 57, Mayfield 55
Hopkinsville 63, Trigg County 55
St. Mary 53, Lyon County 49
UHA 103, McCracken County 98 (OT)

Girls


Carlisle County 89, CCA 26
Dawson Springs 60, Frederick Fraize 37
Hancock County 53, Mayfield 36
Henderson County 61, Calloway County 42
Hopkinsville 64, Trigg County 14
McCracken County 67, Christian County 44
St. Mary 54, Hickman County 41
Trinity Whitesville 62, Christian Fellowship 45
Livingston Central 59, Ballard Memorial 56
Montel James scored 18 points and grabbed 11 rebounds and Loyola of Chicago rolled to a 73-59 victory over Southern Illinois on Saturday night.

Donte Ingram and Devon Turk added 14 points apiece for the Ramblers (11-13, 4-8 Missouri Valley), which shot 55 percent from the floor. Milton Doyle had 11 points and Earl Peterson chipped in 10.

Anthony Beane had 18 points and 11 rebounds for Southern Illinois (18-7, 7-5), which has lost four straight. Sean O'Brien added 17 points.

Loyola led 30-26 at halftime, and opened the second half on a 16-6 surge to stretch its lead to 46-33 with 11:22 left. James scored eight points during the span.

Beane scored nine points as part of an 11-4 spurt to pull the Salukis to 58-48 with five minutes left. Peterson answered with a 3-pointer and the Ramblers had a double-digit lead the rest of the way.

Chandler Parsons scored 26 points, including a pair of 3-pointers in overtime, to lead the Dallas Mavericks to a 114-110 victory over the Memphis Grizzlies on Saturday night.

Dirk Nowitzki's 21-foot jumper with 16.6 seconds left pushed the Dallas lead to 112-109, and the Mavericks held on to snap a three-game losing streak.

Deron Williams scored 22 points and Nowitzki finished with 18.

Marc Gasol led Memphis with 22 points, while Zach Randolph had 20 points and 14 rebounds.

The teams were tied at 102 at the end of regulation. The Mavericks had the last shot with less than a second left, but failed to convert a lob at the rim to Justin Anderson.

In overtime, Parsons' 3-pointers countered any Memphis baskets inside by Gasol. Parsons' second long-range conversion gave Dallas a 110-106 lead with 2:24 left in overtime.

Recent call-up Viktor Arvidsson scored twice, Filip Forsberg had a goal and two assists and the Nashville Predators beat the San Jose Sharks 6-2 on Saturday night.

Pekka Rinne made 28 saves and James Neal, Calle Jarnkrok and Shea Weber also scored to help Nashville end a three-game home losing streak.

Joe Thornton and Logan Couture scored for the Sharks. Their 17-8-2 road record is the best in the Western Conference, and the Sharks fell to 9-2-2 in their last 13 games.

Rinne, a Vezina Trophy finalist last season, regained his form after allowing six goals in a loss Thursday night to Philadelphia.

San Jose goalie Martin Jones allowed five goals on 29 shots. He was 8-1-1 in his previous 10 starts and has an NHL-best 15-5-2 road record.

Jori Lehtera had a goal and an assist, and Brian Elliott made 38 saves as the St. Louis Blues beat the Minnesota Wild 4-1 on Saturday night.

Vladimir Tarasenko, Paul Stastny and Troy Brouwer also scored for the Blues, who got their first regulation win in four tries against the Wild and improved to 8-3-1 in their last 12 at home.

Matt Dumba scored late in the second for the Wild, who lost their 10th game in their last 11.

Elliott improved to 7-3-2 since taking over for the injured Jake Allen (lower body), including making 23 saves in the second period.

Minnesota's 24 shots in the second period set a franchise road record for any period and was St. Louis' season high for shots given up in a period.